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3-04-2014, 16:07
Music | Blues | Country | Rock

Donovan Lee - Taylors Bayou (2014)

Artist: Donovan Lee
Title Of Album: Taylors Bayou
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Donovan Lee
Genre: Blues Rock, Southern Rock, Americana
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 43:49
Total Size: 103 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Taylors Bayou (3:58)
02. Walking Papers (3:20)
03. Missing You (3:28)
04. Pass That Bottle (4:38)
05. Never Wanted To Say Goodbye (4:15)
06. Marriage (4:11)
07. Dixie Chicken (4:01)
08. Hope You Pass This On (4:19)
09. Folsom Prison Blues (3:21)
10. Pass That Bottle (Radio Edit) (3:34)
11. Hope You Pass This On (Radio Edit) (4:39)

Donovan was born in Port Arthur, TX and started playing music at the age of 12. When he turned 19 he left the music scene to pursue a career to support his family. Then, at the age of 27, he joined the United States Marine Corp. This is where he rediscovered his love for music. While stationed in San Diego, CA, Donovan started singing again on a karaoke dare. But, it wasn’t until his deployment to Iraq that he realized the true impact and healing of music. Donovan bought an acoustic guitar in Ar Ramadi and started playing and writing songs during his downtime on base. After about a week Donovan noticed he had created an audience of 20 plus Marines, it soon became a daily event and the audience continued to grow. While in Iraq, Donovan suffered a hand injury and had to have bone fusion surgery upon returning home. In 2009, after spending his last 3 years on medical/reserve status, the United States Marine Corp discharged Donovan with 8 years of Honorable Service.

In 2006, Donovan went to New York City and attended Digidesigns School at Soundtrack Studios and became a Certified Digidesigns Pro Tools Operator. Then, in 2007 he opened Dungeon Recording and Sound Studio in Westcliffe, CO. Donovan has recorded multiple local artists and helped them succeed in their own musical ambitions. Donovan decided to continue his own passion for music and started playing drums for a local country band. Donovan had the opportunity to perform as an opening act with Josh Gracin. In October of 2009 Donovan created his own Band, Taylors Bayou. Taylors Bayou began an 8 state tour and has played over 600 shows and festivals to include: Nebraskaland Days, The Hershey Fall Fest, The Canon City Music and Blossom Festival, The Archuleta County Fair and Copper Country at Copper Mountain. Donovan has shared the stage with artists to include; Darius Rucker, Glorianna, Theory of a Deadman and Whiskey Myers. Throughout 2011 Taylors Bayou “band” began a transformation to Donovan Lee “artist”. With a debut album release respectfully named “Taylors Bayou”.

Donovan recorded the album, Taylors Bayou, at Sugarhill Recording Studios in Houston, TX with Producer/Engineer Andy Bradley (Willie Nelson, Ray Price, Johnny Bush, Beyonce, Destiny’s Child). It features several Guest appearances by the following musicians; Mark Andes (Firefall, Spirit, Heart, Canned Heat), Brian Thomas (David Allen Coe, Johnny Bush, Clint Black, Waylon Jennings, Bare Naked Ladies, George Strait, Leeann Womack) and Kenny Cordray (co-writer of ZZ Top’s hit Francine). The album is set to go to print in March 2012 and is full of Original material written by Donovan. The album also includes 2 covers, Folsom Prison by Johnny Cash in a Southern Rock style tribute and the Little Feat classic, Dixie Chicken.

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